Transfer of Power
Publish date: October 1st 2005
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 549
Edition language: English
Series: Mitch Rapp (#3)
Brilliant setup of a story. Of the very unlikely and unprofessional actions of the aids who lead to a terrorist attack on the White House. Mitch volunteered to go in, and found out what can be done to rescue hostages. The president was trapped in the bunker and the vice president is bloody usel...
This book was pretty good. I liked it a bit better than the usual Clancy novel, because the action began much sooner.However, some places have poor writing and out-of-place informal styles. For example:At that point, Rielly’s mood turned from brooding to self-loathing, and now she sat feeling not ...
I liked this book from beginning to end!
Definitely will be continuing the series. Great read!
Synopsis: Mitch Rapp is a contract CIA operative who has spent much of his career hunting down Rafique Aziz, an extremely dangerous Islamic terrorist. Aziz always seems to be one step ahead of Rapp, but when Aziz does the unthinkable and takes control of the White House, Rapp is infuriated at the wa...